Rouge Park Trail Volunteers
Lead the way to a great day on the Park's trails as a Rouge Park trail volunteer. We offer opportunities to become walk leaders/roving ambassadors and photographers on our team.
Are you outgoing, friendly and inviting?
Are you a regular trail walker looking for a new challenge?
Are you an experienced leader looking to explore new trails with others?
Do you want to share your love of the outdoors with Park visitors?
Applications are being accepted until August 20; joining an information walk is part of the application process.
Come out for information walks June 22 or July 26 (August dates to come).
Full training will be provided, with your minimum 1 year commitment.
Please contact Diana Smyth, Trail Coordinator, at 905.713.3184 or email@example.com to receive an information kit and be added to our contact list.
Rouge Park Monitoring Programs
Rouge Park offers opportunities throughout the year to help us collect vital wildlife information.
January: Winter Bird Count
Spring: Frog Watch
Year-round: Bird Box Monitoring
Year-round: Adopt a Salamander Grid
Spring-Fall: Bee Monitoring
Rouge Park Educational Stewardship Programs and Activities
Join us to help build Rouge Park wildlife habitat, keep it all tidy and learn more about the creatures who live here.
February: Hoot and Howl
Spring/Summer: Invasive Species Removal
Spring-Fall: Birdhouse Building and Installation
Summer: Amphibian and Reptile Awareness Day
Summer: Discovery Workshop: Insects
Spring: Native Tree and Wildflower Plantings
Spring-Fall: Litter Cleanups
Watch this space for details on all of these, or contact Sheryl Santos at 905.713.6007, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.